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CiberCuba ranked in the Top 50 News Apps in its first week

Last May 6 CiberCuba Android app was released on Play Store, and just five days later -May11- it was also launched in App Store (iOS), for iPhone and iPad users. Read More

Cuba – United States relations: a new page for the history

With the decisions taken by the government of Cuba and the US an assessment of our business system is necessary. The US president Barack Obama said the intention of establishing trade relations with Cuba starting with interbank transactions Read More

Cuba’s Parliament and the Issue of Race

The issue of race was raised before the Cuban Parliament for the first time in November 20, 2011, when UNEAC’s Aponte Commission presented the “Report on the Racial Problem in Cuba” to the members of Education Committee. Read More

Young Cubans account for small share of private labor market

More than 73,000 young Cubans between ages 18 and 35 are self-employed and so represent just 19 percent of the private sector that has emerged on the island with the economic adjustments meant to "modernize" the country's socialist model, state media reported Read More

Cuban and American Scientists work to bridge political gap between Cuba, U.S.

Cuban and American scientists have joined forces in an effort to protect baby sea turtles and endangered sharks. They’re studying Caribbean weather patterns that fuel the hurricanes that have devastated the Southeastern United States. Read More

Havana Pharmacy Museum to Exhibit Collection of old balances from drugstore La Reunión

A collection of balances, belonging to the Pharmacy of Havana, old drugstore La Reunion will open next Friday as part of the celebrations in Cuba for the International Day of Museums. Read More

Bayamo city will celebrate its 500 anniversary

The festivities for the celebration will be modest, in keeping with the current economic situation, but will include the beautification of homes and public spaces, popular work days and a constant review of the history of the city, a National Monument. Read More

Double recharges are Double happiness for Christmas [Recharge to Cuba]

<span style="font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 10px; line-height: 8px;">We have a new Christmas offer our hearts glad we overburdened DOUBLE DOUBLE JOY = 26 to 29 December. The period of this promotion is from the December 26, 2011 at 00.01 (in Cuba) until December 29 at 23:59 pm (in Cuba). The promotion applies to 20CUC recharges up to 50 CUC CUC.</span> Read More

Opening of Pan-American Games only ten days away

<p style="text-align: justify;">2011.10.10.radiorebelde.icrt.cu. Havana, Cuba. We are only ten days away from the opening of the Pan-American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico, next October 14. Several delegations have already been registered, like Venezuela, Guatemala and El Salvador. The forthcoming continental contest will admittedly be the hardest in history. What’s going on? The point is many nations have announced that they seek to achieve their best performance ever in the capital of the state of Jalisco. For instance, Mexico has categorically said so and so has Puerto Rico. Read More

Leo Brouwer's music conquers US's audience

<p style="text-align: justify;">By: Jorge Petinaud Martinez.October 8. 2011. Havana, (PL). – In an exclusive interview to Prensa Latina, via e-mail, the director of Cuarteto de Cuerdas de La Habana, who also won a Cubadisco last year, for the Brouwer work for that format, said that the record astonished the United States. The United States specialized critic is delighted with the discovery of the Leo Brouwer, composer of quartet, assured the Cuban violin player Jorge Hernandez, winner of a 2010 Latino Grammy, during a trip from Philadelphia to New York. Read More

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